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Taistelun tie

The film presented the background of the war, the war itself and the reconstruction work begun right after the war. The opening credits of the film are followed by these words written by the director himself: "ONE HUNDRED DAYS of profound sacrifices, boundless efforts and spotless honor – dedicated to the memory of the Unknown Soldier." In the days following the war, the declamatory tone of those words or of the heroic narration, written mainly by Turo Karto, didn't seem false to Finnish viewers.

  • Category:Documentary, War
  • Stars:Unknown
  • Uploader:Fakinsai
  • Country:Finland
  • Director:Risto Orko
  • Writer:Turo Kartto, Topo Leistelä, Risto Orko

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javier l (ag) wrote: good old country movie y''all

james t (it) wrote: it good to the last drop

bill s (fr) wrote: I'm a fan of roadtrip movies and this ones ok....Thomas does a solid job in this somewhat cumbersome scripted #true story.

Zach Z (de) wrote: When done right some of the best films out there are those dealing with real life people, especially those that have become icons in the entertainment industry. For some reason some get the big budget treatment and others seem to be left to the straight to video or limited run route. The latest is The Last Ride focusing on Hank Williams senior, but takes an interesting direction with the tale, but does it deliver? The Last Ride follows the end of 1952, with the best years of Hank Williams's career behind him, he hires a local kid to drive him through the Appalachian countryside for a pair of New Year's shows in West Virginia and Ohio. This is one of those films that is a bit hit and miss depending on how you look at it. On one side it is pretty intriguing the direction and time period that they chose to go with to tell this story of Hank Williams. While entertaining it is almost a bit of a letdown as this isn't really a Hank Williams story at all, but still is. This film plays more of a character study that relies mostly on the performances and the direction in hopes to tell this story in a way that is different than most of its kind. Through most of the film the lead character has no idea who he is driving around, which in turn makes it engaging waiting for that big reveal moment when he knows, but sadly that point never comes. There is no doubt he realizes, but it isn't played up as much as you might think and will probably be anticipating. On the flip side the performances are all pretty well executed keeping what could have been a slow boring film engaging and worth the time spent. There are some strange choices regarding green screen at times for some driving moments, but also seems to give it an old film feeling that kind of works with the time period.This isn't a perfect film by any means, but is interesting on a few levels. The choice of what time they chose to make the focal point and lack of ever using any of him performing in the movie or even the soundtrack makes it a big risk but does manage to payoff. The overall film plays out more like a well-made TV movie, but these days is not necessarily a bad thing. Filled with a great cast and easily one of Henry Thomas' best performances in some time The Last Ride manages to keep your attention and take you on a trip worth riding along for, especially for those that are fans of Williams. Just know going into this film it is not the story of Williams struggle in the music industry, but his struggles in life when it was probably time to hang up his hat.

Tracy F (ca) wrote: Not sure how historically accurate this was. Definitely needed some work on acting too.

Shartnado (br) wrote: it was alright. it seemed real slow. it finally picked up a little in the end.

Sandra R (br) wrote: he died with his only friend... good movie!

Rodney B (de) wrote: Real slow ! I kept waiting for it to pick up but it never did. Acting was ok.

Richard M (it) wrote: 'You look like you have never been honky tonkin' before.'Real slow ! I kept waiting for it to pick up but it never did. Acting was ok.

Qayson H (es) wrote: "was enjoyable, better than most movies - recently viewed."

Phantasm G (ca) wrote: Hank Williams last days....

Nolan S (ru) wrote: The Last Ride is a unique dramatic film based on the last three days of the life of country music legend: Hank Williams.

Nick M (gb) wrote: Great movie! Well worth my time. I don't care for the critics reviews, after all they're reviews don't often represent the views of the average movie goer. Love the historical side and the glimpse of Hank Sr.'s final days. This one wasn't meant to be Oscar worthy, but it was definitely worth it.

Neroli F (ag) wrote: I adored this film! I didn't know much about Hank Williams, but this enjoyable 'ride' takes you through his last days...with really good music.

Michele G (kr) wrote: I loved seeing how Henry Thomas has grown from a child actor into a really talented adult actor. His portrayal of Hank Williams was great. I loved his easy going reactions to life and it was so interesting to see that Hank WIlliams was human just like the rest of us. I also liked that it didn't concentrate on the music but the person. Its a great movie that everyone should go see.

Melody G (us) wrote: Great film! Performances by Henry Thomas and Jesse James are incredible. This is not a bio pic, but is film about the last few days (hence the name, The Last Ride) of Hank Williams and the relationship he has with his driver. It gives us a glimpse of the man who became a legend. The music is also fantastic. If nothing else, you'll love the soundtrack.

Mario L (us) wrote: I'm a big Hank Williams fan so I loved seeing a movie about him.

Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: Not a good way to who Hank Williams was.

Kristy P (nl) wrote: Loved it, the acting was superb with a real feeling for the friendship that was formed by the two main characters. In a summer full of big box office (fake movies) it's refreshing to get a real film.

John H (kr) wrote: We did a premiere showing of The Last Ride at the McPherson Opera House on June 7, and the film was well received. I'm the Opera House executive director. I went to USC Film School and am a member of the Kansas Film Commission, so I have some film smarts, although, truth be told, I'm like a little kid once the lights go down. This is a good film: well acted, good production values, and well written. With its minimal number of characters and very focused view (Hank's Cadillac mostly), it is the antithesis of flashy, contemporary film making. It's a human story with human values and very emotionally touching. I hope it finds a wide audience.